These popular little garlic knots were made from some of my frozen pizza dough. Topped with EVVO, Italian parsley, I had in the freezer; minced fresh garlic and romano cheese.
I looked at the kitchen clock and it's 4 p.m. Just in time!
Susan from San Diego
oh goodness! Those look fabulous!
Thank you, Mumsie, Eric, Susan and dstroy! Pizza sauce makes a nice dip.
These look wonderful! I have been hungry for homemade pizza. I will have to make extra dough so we can try these.
I never seem to have enough dough! : )
Wow, Sylvia, those are gorgeous looking knots! Makes me hungry!
Thank you, althetrainer!
Your garlic knots are adorable and tempting, Sylvia! Gourmet!
Thank you, Erzsebet! They are a quick and easy fix for a baking urge! I'm thinking about butter, lemon and carmelized sugar crystals : )..that's Han's fault!
Did you let the dough rise a bit first, and for how long ?
They look soooo good...
Hi Anna, Thank you! No I didn't..by the time I finished they were a little puffy and I dropped them on parchment onto a very hot 500°F pre heated stone so they puffed up. The dough I had was frozen and was very slack..not the best stuff. Letting them proof a little works good too! Roll or stretch out a rectangle about 1/4 inch or little less and a pizza cutter works great..slice it down the center long ways and then make slices up and down strips..they'll be about 4 inches long.. they will probably stretch a little when you gently knot them.
quick question, how do you defrost the frozen pizza dough?
Just set it out and let soften up enough for shaping. Mine is frozen in little oiled bags each containing a flattened ball for one pizza.